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The Belle Mont Celtic Festival Was A Hit- EVENT PHOTOS

May 16, 2022

TUSCUMBIA-The Belle Mont Celtic Festival on May 14, 2022 was a big success. The concert-held on the grounds of historic Belle Mont Mansion and feature Celtic artists such as Ed Miller, The Piper Jones Band (featuring bagpiper E.J. Jones), and Chambless and Muse. The Belle Mont setting was perfect for an outdoor concert and the […]


Recall LaGrange Returns With Raid On The Dawson Still…Reenactment – EVENT PHOTOS

May 9, 2022

LEIGHTON-Recall LaGrange, LaGrange College Site Park, 1461LaGrange College Rd, Leighton. 34th annual Recall LaGrange was held from 10am-4pm on Saturday, May 7.  Featuring vendors, arts & crafts demonstrations, wagon rides to historic cemetery, tours of log cabins, musical entertainment. Living history event of a Prohibition Era raid of a still will be at 2pm. Nearby […]


Smoke On The Water…Warm Spring Weather And Hot And Juicy BBQ – EVENT PHOTOS

April 25, 2022

ST FLORIAN-Smoke on the Water Festival more than just a BBQ cook-off – it’s an event for the entire family. Sanctioned by the Kansas City BBQ Society and the Alabama BBQ Association and the air in  St. Florian Park this past Saturday made everyone for miles around crave some good old smoked and BBQed pork.  […]


One person dead, shooter at-large… Curtains for Joker’s Restaurant and Lounge?

April 11, 2022

SHEFFIELD-Two strikes and you’re out… At least it’s looking that way. After the early Sunday morning fatal shooting of one person, not officially identified at present, Sheffield Mayor Steve Stanley says the city will be working toward a swift revocation of the business and liquor licenses for Joker’s Restaurant and Lounge located on Hatch Boulevard […]


‘Darshan: Visions of India’ Starts With Festival Of Peace And Harmony -EVENT PHOTOS

March 21, 2022

TUSCUMBIA-The Tennessee Valley Art Association hosted a cultural festival celebrating India on Saturday, March 19 on the commons behind the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art. The festival featured art, dance, music, storytelling, and food  This festival is the kick-off event for Darshan: Visions of India, a series of art exhibitions and events hosted by the […]


TVA Police Cultural Resources Saturation & Education Event Was A Success

March 14, 2022

THE SHOALS-TVA archeologists and TVA Police, along with other experts, work to raise awareness about how the public can help protect local cultural resources in the Muscle Shoals area. The Shoals have a rich history dating back thousands of years. It is critical for folks to understand what to do if they see artifacts and […]


NWSCC Metallica Scholars Manufacturing Day And Benefit Concert – PHOTOS

October 23, 2021

MUSCLE SHOALS-Northwest-Shoals Community College held a Metallica Scholars Manufacturing Day Thursday, October 21, on the Shoals campus from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Manufacturing Day is held annually on the first Friday in October to promote manufacturing careers with events held throughout the month. NW-SCC will provide an opportunity for college students, high school students, and […]


Concert In Memory Of Sgt. Nick Risner – EVENT PHOTOS

October 13, 2021

SHEFFIELD – Tuesday night at Sheffield’s Riverfront Park music venue, hundreds of people showed up to hear music from Shenandoah, Lenny LeBlanc, Gary Baker, Travis Wammack, Wayne Chaney and other great musicians who performed to raise some money for the family of fallen Police Sergeant Nick Risner. It was a great outpouring of love and […]


Tuscumbia Labor Day Parade 2021 – EVENT PHOTOS

September 7, 2021

TUSCUMBIA-In celebration of the working men and women we celebrate Labor Day on the first Monday of September.  In Tuscumbia that means a parade down the Main Street of town.   This Monday wa no exception and the good folks of the Shoals showed up to help with the celebration. The Quad Cities Daily was there […]


Coon Dog Labor Day Celebration – EVENT PHOTOS

September 7, 2021

TUSCUMBIA-In a small, grassy meadow, deep in the rich, thick wilderness of Freedom Hills, Key Underwood sadly buried his faithful coondog, Troop. They had hunted together for more than 15 years.  On that dreary Labor Day of 1937, Underwood said good-bye to his legendary coonhound. He wrapped Troop in a cotton pick sack, buried him […]


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